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>> of. >> in the news this saturday morning, a pilot who attempt today fly from monterey to hawaii ditches his plane in the ocean. the drama is captured on video by his coast guard rescueers. >> good morning i'm tear "sweeney. a pilot is safe this morning after ditching his plane in the ocean near hawaii. he left monterey in a cessna
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yesterday that didn't seem to match the fuel range for his plane. we have incredible video of the landing and rescue. >> it was a good landing. >> he did it picture perfect. it was a textbook landing, if there is such a thing in the water for an airplane like that. but he came in, wings level, and just brought in as slow as he could and touched down. >> we were able to see him come out of the airplane moving so we were overjoyed. he's good, airplane was intact when it landed. >> the 65-year-old man was plying in a t-310 r twin-engine cessna. he notified the faa to tell them he was slow on fuel and he would run out. >> maybe the head winds slowed him down eventually didn't make it. >> according to its flight specifications, the plane has a maximum range up to 2300 miles. distance from monterey to the pilot was heading, hilo, was 2315 miles.
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he was able to ditch just 13 miles short of his destination. >> he was very professional throughout the whole scenario. i know i probably would have been a little more freaked out. >> it was kind of surreal seeing it firsthand. it's not the kind of thing you think you would ever see. >> abc7 news. details are coming out about a desperate life or death struggle between a san jose police officer and a 27-year-old transient. it happened yesterday morning as the officer was investigating a suspicious activity. the officer got into the patrol car and drove after him, knocking the gun out his hand. shots were fire. nobody was hit. >> i heard one and maybe two or lee seconds after that i heard three just like successively. >> what we have determined since then that officer was attacked
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by one of the suspects. the suspect engaged in a struggle over the officer's pistol. during the struggles the officer's pistol discharged several times. we don't know if it was the officer or the citizen but the officer has powder burns to his hands as a result of the gun discharging. >> two officers arrived to assist and fired at the suspect but missed. evans was taken into custody and is in the hospital with numerous broken bones. he's been booked for attempted murder. now a chilling story how one man survived the shooting in typier tino. shareef allman targeted perceived enemies at work. days later the union said they would no longer defend him for unsafe driving. the shop person mike ambrosio described how he played dead to keep alive. >> it was quick, just bam, bam bam. >> him and his co-workers were stunned and froze as he shot them one at a time, from one end
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of the table to the other. allman was shooting a handgun. >> he started from the end of the table and started shooting down. i was the last one on the table so i was watching everything he was doing. i don't know when i got shot. i had to be facing him. the bullet came in and came out through the back. >> he was shot through the upper right arm. he put his wounded arm over his head and played dead as he fell to the floor. he believe that saved his life because he looked under the table to see if he was dead. >> he walked over to the end of the table, and i closed my eyes and stopped breathing and kept on praying inside, please. and i just saw him walk over. i closed my eyes and the next thing i heard was that him running out. >> ambrosio was then able to call for help from an adjacent room telling 911 dispatchers what happened. he said allman seemed to pick his target, yelling at each one as he shot them.
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the employees are being offered grief counsell tolling deal with the situation. these left employees declined to speak to us. mike calls it the beginning of his second life. bullet missed bone and he hasn't suffered any loss of movement or feeling. abc7 news. friends and family came together came together last night to remember three people killed after a party in san leandro. the shots were fired in the parking lot. at least three people died killed leneasha northington, joshua alford and shan niece kei. officers say witnesses have stopped coming forward with information. they believe party-goers know who the shooters are and won't identify them. the police have released this sketch of a man they are calling a person of interest. a federal crackdown on california's medical marijuana industry is infuriating some
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california lawmakers. an assemblyman issued a statement calling president obama's policies on medical mariano worse than president bush and clinton. that comes in response to what us attorney started earlier this week, they are taking steps to shut down large medical marijuana operations. >> reporter: the state's u.s. attorneys say they will not use their limited resources to prosecute seriously ill people and the people who care for them. rather those people who use the state's compassion national use act with only themselves in mind. >> the california act was intended to help seriously ill people but the law has been hijacked by profit ears who are motivated not by compassion but by money. >> steve is cofounder of one of the largest dispen starries. he said they may not be target ill people but it will hurt them nonetheless.
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forcing them back on to the streets. >> this is an attack on patient's safe access to their medicine and it's a mistake and a lie to characterize it as anything else. >> at the cal palace organizers of a cannabis job fair are still sorting out how today's announcement will affect them. thinking it will only be those who grow more than the 100 plant limit that will feel the heat. >> another people who are, quote, unquote boutique growers, who keep their limits under 100 plants, the government isn't interested in them and they aren't interesting in someone like myself who is growing their sixth plant in their backyard. that's not who they are targeting. >> this is a pendulum that swings back and forth. i've been in the industry over 30 years and back in 1976 we thought it was going to be legalized just around the corner like any day now. >> the northern district u.s. attorney said she will focus first on dispensaries near schools and parks. she notified them of possible prosecutions and fines.
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>> if they were successful, hundreds of thousands of patients would be driven from safe facilities back on to the streets in the hands of criminals. tens of thousands of well-paying jobs and hundreds of millions of tax revenue would be destroyed. >> they have tailored enforcement to their individual districts but they include three categories. those are civil forfeiture suits against properties letters of warning to property owners and criminal cases. abc7 news. >> governor jerry brown has until tomorrow to sign or veto a stack of bills on his desk. yesterday he signed off on a bill allowing californians to register to vote online for the 2012 election. a state senator authored the bill. he believes it will increase voter participation. brown also signed five pipeline safety bills in response to last year's deadly san bruno explosion. pga will be required to install
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automatic remote control shut off valves throughout their system. we will have more on the bills he's signed so far coming up in about half-hour. apple cofounder steve jobs was laid to rest with a small, private funeral yesterday. the current apple ceo said the company is planning what he calls a celebration of steve's extraordinary life that will take place soon. jobs passed away wednesday at age 56. the family has not released a cause of death but he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer seven years ago and had a liver transplant in 2009. he leaves behind a wife and four children. his last project was an anniversary present for her. >> made her a special handmade box and wrote a note, a love note, and talked about how we've had good times and hard times but we've never had bad times. and the love between them was so palpable and so beautiful. >> sony pictures has purchased the movie rights of the life of steve jobs.
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that book is due out later this month. >> and sales of steve jobs black turtleneck has spiked. the item sold out in 11 of their retail stores. black turtleneck, paired with blue jeans, became job's uniform really. something he always wore as product unveilings. he reportedly had not seen publicly in any other outfit for more than a deck a aid. a million people will watch a spectacle in the sky this afternoon. next we show you what it's like to be up there with the blue angels flying team as they perform over san francisco bay. the bart would be a way to get to the fleet week this day. and today is the best chance to
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t week kicks into high gear today with a fleet of ships this morning. the blue angels are flying over the bay this afternoon. this was their last practice run yesterday afternoon. as the builds, everyone in san francisco is getting in the mood. don sanchez has a preview of the fleet week activities. >> they are fast, furious, challenging. this is a 2011 version of the navy's blue angels with practice runs over the bay. as we watch on the ground from the waterfront, rooftop, hills or in a boat we get one perspective. but check out what it's like in the cockpit. >> a little more power.
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>> this is video from the navy. but look at what the pilot has to do. those moves are so precise. your horizon is changing constantly. there's no video game like this. ♪ >> for a contrast navy bond -- band southwest keeps folks entertained at pier39. and there are displays set up here today. fleet week is celebrating 30 years in san francisco. there are 10,000 women and men of the services in town. there is training out how to respond in times of disaster. this is part of the setup and why they are here. saturday morning at 11 brings us the parade of ships led by uss charles vincent, who was san francisco's own when it was berthed in almeda. the ship is open for tours monday morning. the airshow is saturday and sunday, starting at 12:30. be prepared for windows to
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rattle take care for sensitive pets and get ready for this. and this is the position we will all be in looking up. there's one other item, too. the italian heritage parade in north beach is on sunday. warnings from the golden gate recreational area. streets are going to be blocked or closed all around this area. traffic will be a nightmare. try to take public transportation. take a bus, take a bicycle motorcycle, walk, but just be prepared. i mean, a million close friends. i'm don sanchez abc7 news. >> done sanchez actually has a million close friends. we posted the complete schedule on our website, abc7news.com. bart officials are taking another look at a way to extend late night service on friday nights. they will add downtown san francisco station this is morning to get input from passengers. one new plan would allow trains
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to leave end of the line stations a the 12:30 in the morning instead of midnight. that means some lines would start 20 minutes later on saturday morning to allow trains to undergo maintenance. trains normally start at 6:00 a.m. lisa is here now. take a look at fleet week and beyond. >> yeah. we have plenty of sunshine. 4 miles visibility at the coast. elsewhere, due to the clear sky, it's cold. we have low 40s in some protected valleys and 50s everywhere else and a warming trend. still with a little rain perhaps into next week. i will have the details next. >> if you skipped the rain it was a perfect forecast at that point. this season's whale watching still active off the california coast. we will tell you why the blue whales
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>> we've got a really nice shot of a spot of blue whales to show you. they are swimming off the coast of san diego. experts say it's rare to see them so far south this late in the season but cold currents from the north and warmer waters from the south have come together and created an environment rich in nutrients drawing the whales in. i went to the national geographic website this morning and they say blue whales are the largest mammals to ever live on
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our planet. their heart is the size of a small car and it weighs 1,000 pounds. good news, the whales are expected to hang around until the end of the month. exciting stuff i think. massive mammals swimming around out there. >> yeah, and it's going to be a beautiful day if you are at the beach or just hanging out around town because we have plenty of sunshine. visibility will be great from our sutro camera it looks clear and it is for the most part. although at the coast we have just four miles visibility at half moon bay so other than that we are looking at a nice start to the day when the sun comes up at 7:11. it feels cools 40s and 50s out there, but really we are one to five degrees warmer than we were yesterday morning. so if you were up this early yesterday morning you may feel the change. 355 san francisco. good morning, napa, 144 for you and 55 with the clouds at half
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moon bay. clear and cool this morning. a sunny weekend for the blue angels. not much change from today to tomorrow. a few subtle changes. we will look for the warm pattern to remain next week despite a weak system coming our way on monday. so clouds just around pacifica half moon bay. the usual places. but we will look for it mid-60s, even with the cloud cover kind of mild there and 70s elsewhere around the bay. keeping our numbers right where they should be for early october. high pressure maintaining its grip in the eastern pacific. in fact, after this weak little system on monday, it will build back in. that will allow for a string of sunny days with sunny and mild conditions throughout the work week. but this system will drop down come monday afternoon, monday night, and with it we will see extra clouds. maybe even a little mist and drizzle in the north bay. but still the numbers will remain on the warm side. today, though, kind of cool with that foot plus snowpack in the
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northern seara. 59 there. 69 in yosemite with 86 in palm springs. 79 los angeles. and for the weekend you will notice the 70s throughout san francisco. about 73 today in and around the city. overnight lows in the 50s. a few more areas of clouds tomorrow burks not much of a change. we are talking low 70s for highs in san francisco. back home, mid-70s. average high about 78 in san jose so close to that today with 77 and 75 cupertino. and mid-70s for redwood city and mountain view. pacifica 64 with partly cloudy skies this afternoon. downtown upper 60s to around 70. north bay sun and 75 in petaluma with 74 vallejo. near east bay mainly in the low to mid-70s as you head down toward fremont today. 72 newark, and the inland east bay. nice afternoon in danville, 75.
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76 pittsburgh. monterey shots of sun. watsonville 70 to the and 74 hollister. a few more coastal clouds tomorrow. inland warming. that warming trend keeps going despite extra cloud cover in the north bay on monday. just some subtle changes. but the trend will be for warmer and just as sunny into the end of the work week. >> all right. lisa, thanks a lot. >> well, dan hairston joins us now from new york to tell us what is coming up at 7:00 on "good morning america" and good morning, dan. >> hey terry good morning to you. the whale story you were talking about a few moments ago, incredible. really cool to hear about that. of course, you don't want me to comment on your stories but -- >> i'm open to it. you are my coanchor as far as i'm concerned. >> you know what, i would take that offer. knew leads in the missing baby in missouri. police are following leads away as far away from your state. they have been tracking down the
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reporting of a sighting matching lisa's description in california. we also have developments closer to home in kansas city this morning where investigators are questioning a neighborhood teenager. i got a tour inside the family's home. it's an exclusive tour and we will show you inside coming up. and also high drama in the trial of michael jackson's doctor. what he told police two days after jackson died about the drugs that he gave jackson on that last night. you will hear those take place in minute. and prince harry has arrived. the prince is in america where he will do some top gun training for the next two months. we will take you to the town. once again in your state in california. that is hosting the prince. and the cast of one of the most memorable, magical movies of the 1980 reunited. we sat down with the cast of the princess bride. we have the in conceivable never-before-told story about how the movie was made. terry, are you a fan of the princess bride? >> i have to be honest, i
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have -- i am not. >> i appreciate your honesty. i have to say when they gave me this assignment, i remember seeing the movies in the 80s but i went back and watched it. a plus. worth seeing again. >> and you have the inside story? >> i do. coming up on gma. >> dan, thank you very much once again. >> see you later coanchor. >> in sports it was sudden-death in the national league playoffs last night. rick quantrill shows us how both games were decided by one run and a san francisco native had a game winning hit. >> it was win or go home last night as the cashed unless and phillies squared off in game five of their division series. with roy halladay and chris carpenter on the mound it proved to be a classic pitcher's duel. after slowing up game four in st. louis, the rally appeared in philadelphia. they got to halladay for run in the first. schumacher drives home furcal with a double into the corner. carpenter would make the lead hold up.
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he only struck out three but would go the distance allowing just three hits and no walks. to the ninth. carpenter will get ryan howard to groundout on this. to add injury to in you cult howard may have torn his achilles tendon while running to first. here's former a's skipper, tony la russa. >> our club said nothing is going to keep us from competing. if we aren't good enough, we aren't good enough. that's what's special with this team great guts, great heart. >> a game five between brewers and diamondbacks. milwaukee had two on for jerry hairston in the sixth. the ball driven deep to enter but chris young makes a spectacular catch. take another look. hairston can't believe it. three pitches later they get the hit they are look at. yuniesky betancourt singles home braun and it's 2-1, brew crew. the d-backs rallied in the
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ninth. bloomquist puts down a safety squeeze. prince fielder can't make the play and the fame is tied. in the tenth nyjer morgan comes through with the biggest hit of his career, driving home carlos goal mess. brewers win in the tenth. break out the bubbly, they are going to the nlcs for the first time in 29 years. >> i knew we were about to win it there and the kids had to slow down and just take the lead into the outfield. blue-collar town, blue-collar kids getting it out there and getting it done. aah! >> he's ready to go. and after a rough start in the prize open. tiger woods got back in the hunt yesterday by shooting a 3-under par 68. let's go to the golf resort near morgan hills. he began tied for 86th place. he did show flashes of his old self like this approach on 8. tiger went on to par the hole. he had four birdies on the back nine. he finishes the round with the bogey. tiger makes the cut but at 1 under he's 7 strokes off the
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lead. and his playing partner brian cantley made the consult at 1 over. he balloon to 74 yesterday and made the cut at one over. derek willis continues to play well, shooting a 69. he reads this tricky green for a long birdie. he's out two strokes behind paul casey, who shot a 64. at 8-under casey has a 1 stroke lead after 2 rounds. here's tiger on his day. >> i hit the ball as good as i did yesterday. but i putted good. today i had one bad putt today. i was over there on my 17th, the 8th hole, and blocked one. other than that i went every line. so that was a good positive. >> the sharks open their 21st season at home tonight against phoenix. some are saying this might be their best team ever. general manager doug wilson was busy during the off-season adding brent burns and others.
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and subject setoguchi and dany heatley. the goalie is still recovering from minor knee surgery. after a 5-1 season the sharks can't wait to start. >> it's been a long off-season. hasn't been that long but it seems once camp gets going we want to get into the games. we've had a week or two of practices now. it's one of those times we are ready for the season to start. we look forward to tomorrow night. >> and in women's basketball minnesota captured it's first wnba title last night by beating atlanta 73-67. that's sports for now. be sure to join larry sch and myself for "after the game" tonight. i will be reporting live from the stanford-colorado game. hope to see you then. >> next an update from sacramento where governor jerry brown is busy deciding whether to put his signature on dozens of bills before tomorrow's deadline. and it's beensen years since
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america began the war in afghanistan.
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with only today and tomorrow to act on a pile of legislation, governor brown has signed or vetoed scores of bills, several which have a big impact on the bay area. we report from sacramento. >> in light of last year's gas
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pipeline explosion in san bruno that killed 8 people and destroyed dozens of homes, of nor brown took steps to make california neighborhoods safer. he signed a number of bills to prevent such tragedies from happening again. including the requirement that all out utility company have an automatic or remote control shut off valve. >> had pg&e or other utilities gone ahead and put the valves in in these high concentrated area, the san bruno fire probably would not have been as bad of destruction and lives lost. >> the governor also sided with public employee unions, moving all ballot initiatives to november elections only. while he said it's consistent with the constitution, critics slammed the last minute bill because an initiative slated for the june ballot limits the use of union dues on political activity. now it will go on the november ballot where there's a greater chance to defeat it with a bigger turnout. finally the governor weighed in on the controversy shark fin ban. probably one of the most
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heaviest lobbied bills this year. celebrities wrote the governor urging him to sign it. and the head of virgin airlines felt compelled to give the governor a ring. >> the phone is off the hook and i say i want to talk about this one, i want to talk about that one. had a call from richard branson yesterday on the phone australia. he's worried about shark fins. >> in the end the governor wanted to protect the shark population which researchers say has declined by more than 90%. he signed a law banning the possession and sale of shark fins, mostly used for sharp fin soup. >> 85% of the trade is moving through california ports. this will stop that in its track. >> some of the chinese community felt the ban picked on their culture. >> the governor also signed a companion bill allowing existing stocks of shark fin to be sold in california until july 2013. in sacramento, abc7 news. >> another bill signed by the
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governor this weekend, one raising the age when the children are allowed to ride in the car without a booster seat. they will need to be 8 years old before they stop using a booster seat. it makes an exception for kids younger than 8 that are at least 4 feet, 9 inches tall. >> we know the proper use for child safety seats booster seats for the older kids, can increase their survive ability by up to 50%. >> under current law kids can abandon their booster seats once 6 years old or 60 pounds. the new law takes effect january 1st. fines start at $469 and that is for the first violation. a california university has been named the best in the world, even beating out harvard. the british magazine "times higher education" gives its top honor to the california institute of technology down in pasadena. cal tech put harvard in second place where it's tied with stanford. the editor said the quality differences between the top
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universities are miniscule but coral won because -- cal tech wins because of the money given to research. u.c. berkeley came in tenth. a group of two dozen california chancelers have proposed a drastic tuition increase. according to the daily cal, system president convened the group over the summer and they are suggesting that tuition should be raised to $24,000 a year for in state students. out-of-state tuition would be even higher. a uc spokesman was quick to point out the group's ideas are advisory only, not binding. the state desperately needs the economy to improve before it can dig out of its financial crisis. the new unemployment numbers for september are not offering much in the way of job creation. the nation added 103,000 new jobs, technically enough to keep us out of a double-dip recession. we have more on the jobs outlook. >> the september unemployment numbers were better than in the previous month. the main reason?
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nearly half of all new jobs came from verizon. the company rehired 45,000 workers after going on strike. analysts say it still counts as new jobs. >> i guess the best thing that can be said about it that it wasn't a terrible report. it didn't give any credibility to the argument that we are sliding closer to a recession. >> former labor secretary, robert rice, said the slow job growth has an impact on consumer confidence. consumers spending represents 70% of our economy. >> americans cannot buy because they are so economically stretched. they have got to save if they have any money at all. but at the same time, unless they buy, businesses are not going to create new jobs. >> rice, a u.c. berkeley professor, said the only saving grace now is for the government to step in to boost the economy. >> rebuilding roads and bridges and schools and ports and providing people the safety nets they need so they can turnaround
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and in turn buy things so that businesses will create jobs. >> right now congress is battling over president obama's $447 billion jobs package. many americans are frustrated with lawmakers and their inability to agree on anything. van nostrom is one of them. she came town to the financial district to support the occupy wall street movement. van nostran is a graduate of the university. she majored in environmental health and can't get a job in her field. >> i'm entry level at this point and i have a very expensive college education that's not doing me any good because nine dollars an hour doesn't cut it. >> some analysts are optimistic because the holidays are coming and more hiring will occur. we may see better numbers in the upcoming month. abc7 news. >> a new batch e-mails turned over to congress yesterday
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reveals a potential conflict of interest in the solyndra investigation. a person was hired to oversee the program under which solyndra got the half billion dollars loan guarantee. his wife is an attorney who represented solyndra at the time. they are a solar panel manufacturer and ended up getting a loan guarantee of $5.5 million and went bankrupt a year later. there was correspondence within weeks after signing a pledge not to get involved in anything his wife's firm had an interest in. the law firm gat $2.5 million in legal fees paid for with government stimulus money. hundreds of protesters marched through downtown in san francisco last night blocking streets and traffic for more than two hours. the protest was organized by the answer coalition to mark the tenth anniversary of the war in afghanistan. several groups, including anti-war act tests, educators and students were protesting
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funding of the war. >> for one thing i hate war. another thing i have loved all my teachers and i love art, and i'm afraid of that being cut away from my school. >> the coalition wants the money used for the occupation of afghanistan and other wars to be spent on education, housing and, most of all, jobs. the protest stopped more than half a dozen muni lines that service market street. the war in afghanistan is >> some are want to pray during the job. they say they need to pray twice and said the company suspend them for doing that. >> when i prayed, they send me home. when i asked my managers why they do this, they said we send you because you pray. >> hurt said this has nothing to do with religious persecution it has to do with clocking out, something the suspended workers did not do.
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enthusiast they say hertz is looking for ways to get around what the union agreed to a year ago. lisa is here now. a huge weekend here in the bay area, and the forecast is critical. are you up for it? >> i am. in fact, beyond the weekend too. we've had pretty nice weather. if you have been waiting for sunny and mild conditions. sun coming up. 40s in the north bay a shallow deck of low clouds. we will talk about the mild days ahead. still with a little chance of showers. i'll explain next. >> lucky day with the sunrise at 7:11. i like that. up next a scary situation for a local fundraiser. why fremont officials are lobbing the doors of a
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>> the anticipation is building for this would be's fleet week testtive tis. ♪ the navy band is in town. they appeared yesterday afternoon. here's a unique perspective of the blue angels flying over the bay. this video was obviously taken from inside the dizzying cockpit. here's the view that maybe web can better relate to. here's what it looked it sounded like from down below. the blue angels are finished with practice runs. the parade of ships kicks off the ceremonies at 11:00 this morning and the airshow starts at 12:30.
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that's today and tomorrow. >> and lisa is talking about some darn good viewing at least as far as clouds and everything. it's going to be great. >> that's right. one those days you can probably see the islands out there. this morning though some patchy fog especially along the coast. it's not total i clear. we are looking at a nice picture from mount tam this morning. sun up at 7:11, setting at 6:43. over 11 hours, about 11 hours and 31 minutes of date for you. enjoy it. we will see a beautiful afternoon. several of those coming our way. good morning, napa. 44. the longer nights it's getting a, cool out there. 53 napa. 55 with four miles visibility around half moon bay. elsewhere about ten miles visibility. we will be looking at the cooler overnight temperatures due to the longer nights and the clear sky. not much in the way of fog insulating us. although we will see some extra clouds on monday.
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between now and then, though eats sunny for the weekend with the blue angels. and a warm pattern despite the cloud cover on monday developing through the week ahead. so cloudy skies just around the san mateo coast and they will clear to the coast. we will look for 60s there. high pressure building into the eastern pacific. it will maintain sunny skies today, you one we see this next system bair down on monday, another area of high pressure is going to rebuild and it's going to be stronger. we will talk about an offshore flow come wednesday and thursday. that will bring a string of warm and sunny days for the week ahead. but this weak system upstream that's correct upper level trough will provide more clouds on monday afternoon, into monday night. maybe some mist and drizzle by monday night into tuesday. other than that, we are looking at some pretty nice weather. this morning, only in the upper
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20s in the northern sierra. this afternoon, 59 tahoe. remember, they have that snowpack there also down into the southern sierra. 69 today in yosemite with 76 in fresno. detailing the forecast for san francisco today and tomorrow, lwr 70s with overnight low necessary the 50s. plenty of sunshine although we will see the patchy fog at our coast, very light winds throughout the weekend. 74 santa clara, 75 in san jose. san mateo coming in at 72 at about 3:00. san francisco upper 60s to low 70s and in the north bay look for 62. 76 sonoma near east bay. berkeley about 70 for you. 72 for our friends in oakland and union city. 27 inland east bay. 75 danville and 74 in dublin. so a beautiful afternoon here. down by the monterey bay it will be clear with 66 there. our seven-day forecast looking at sunny and warmer conditions throughout the work week,
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although we will see a few minor changes increasing clouds on monday north but then look what happens. we are warming up into the lower 70s coast. pay side lower 80s. mid-80s for our warmest days which will be wednesday and thursday of next week. the verdict is still out on next weekend. we will have to wait and see on that. >> all right. lisa thanks a lot. a fremont family is getting spooked this halloween season. they report the family is looking for options to keep the haunted house going. >> for the last six years christopher selly has been sharing some his love of halloween with his fremont neighborhood. >> we will have a lot of workers, volunteers, working? each. the rooms scaring people. >> this showcase of fake blood and toy limbs is a small part
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what have is actually a sprawling haunted house. built between his parents and neighbor's homes it's an event each halloween. >> we enjoy it so much and help them. i wish it stay here because i don't want to drive somewhere else and look for another haunted house. >> they don't charge admission but in years past people often donate food or money which his family in turn doan natures to food banks and unicef. this year, with the help of family and friends and even volunteers from a local church would help construct the house of horrors. but his plans have come to a screaming halt. >> two days ago we got a citation in the mail from the city saying cease the use of the haunted house. >> according to the citation he's in violation of two codes improper use of land and the house was built without a permit. >> for two months they have been assembling the haunted house that is situated between two different residences. following receipt of this citation from the city of fremont they have been ordered to take the whole thing down to six days. they are hoping for a reprieve. >> our hope is to keep it here
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because we have done so much and everyone knows where we are and everyone comes every year. we have thousands of people and that would be our main hope. if not, maybe someone could donate some commercial space in fremont where we could set it. >> they talked with the city employee who issued theler to see if there was any way to keep the structure up just until halloween. >> they said shut it town. -- down. that's our only option. >> we also tried contacting the city of fremont about this issue. we are waiting for a response. in fremont abc7 news. >> don't go away. 7 on your side is next. >> your easy chair race of getting a new one isn't so easy. i'm m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m m
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ter allegra-d, i can breathe. [ female announcer ] for fast, non-drowsy 24-hour relief from even congestion and pressure. [ man ] after allegra-d, i have it all. >> when some companies offer a lifetime warranty, they mean it. mike finney with an example of how a lifetime warranties are supposed to work. >> jerry monk had a lead boy chair he loved and use ford 11 years. after all that time and use it finally stopped working as it was supposed to. >> the mechanism wore out, okay? it swivelled and reclined. the mechanism wore out. >> so he contacted his local lazy boy dealer. here it is in south san francisco. the chair was so nice even after 11 years he had decided to have
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the mechanism repaired. >> i went to lazy boy and i was willing to pay to get it fixed and they said, no, lifetime guarantee on that. i said wonderful. >> but it turns out the lazy boy company no longer made the part. no parts means a new chair. it was a lifetime guarantee, after all. now jerry needed his original paperwork. he knew he had it, but where? no sweat. the local dealer actually keeps receipts. it had jerry's receipt from more than a decade back. they sent it in to headquarters for jerry. but then things stalled so jerry contacted 7 on your side. >> by golly, the next day i had a message to call someone, and i called and it was somebody higher up and she had authorized me to get another chair. >> look, all the mechanicals on the brand new chairs worked perfectly. so jerry is happy, and occupied.
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the store is happy that jerry is happy, and the corporate headquarters is happy everyone else is happy. telling 7 on your side we were pleased we were able to work with mr. morks and our local dealer to get him a new chair. now if you have an issue with a product that has a lifetime warranty, let me know about it. go to abc7news.com. i'm michael finney, 7 on your side. >> f [ female announcer ] once you taste
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